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September 29, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Questions Mount For Maryland’s Next Legislative Session:

Maryland’s Alcohol Industry Should Not Have To Bear The Burden Of Increased Taxes:

Hayes, Barron, Lewis: Increase In Alcohol Tax Could Help Address State’s Health Inequities:

Why Marylanders Should Vote Yes On These Two Ballot Questions:

$20 Million Settlement Reached In Officer’s Fatal Shooting Of Handcuffed Man:

Less Than 9 Percent Of Baltimore City Police Officers Respond To Ethics, Misconduct Survey:

Baltimore County Council Considering Restrictions On Hemp Farms:

$15K Grant Will Help Push Small Business Crowdfunding Investment In Baltimore’s Market Center:

Day Cares Are Reopening. But They Can Only Serve Small Groups And Fear For Their Survival.:

Here’s Why Some Baltimore Area Colleges Are Requiring Flu Shots This School Year:

As Coronavirus Rolls On In Maryland, Mental Health Toll Surges, With Experts Fearing Spike In Suicides:

Johnny O: Bipartisan Reform Will Make ’Policing In Our County More Accountable, Equitable And Just’:

An $18K Door Knock? Lawmakers Canvass to Raise City’s Census Response Rate:

Lawmakers: Lift Age Limit In State’s Foster Care System During Pandemic:

Counties Urge Feds to Expand Local Access to Municipal Liquidity Facility:

Hogan Announces Extension of Homeowners’ and Renters’ Property Tax Credit Deadlines:

Federal News

The 10 biggest whoppers you can expect to hear at the first debate:

Kentucky AG agrees to release grand jury tapes in Breonna Taylor case:

Trump — not Biden — is being underestimated going into the debate:

Joe Biden’s plan to make the ACA more affordable:

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